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Al Jazeera America
Dec 7, 2013 7:30pm EST
have been brought to justice. in egypt, two bloggers have become victim of the new law against protests in the country. they were arrested within days of each other after the authorities accused them of vitalling a recently adopted protest law. that law came into effect last month, banning anyone from demonstrating without first notifying the pleas. he was arrested after organizing a rally in cairo. following his arrest, another man was arrested for his role in a recent protest. on these developments, human rights watch said all this is to be seen in the crock down that's been going on for three or four months now. there's zero sense that this is wrong and that we should not be doing this in the new egypt. there is a tough defense of the newspaper's role about publishing stories about mass intelligence. during the hour long session, he was forced to defend his patriotism. he argued it was in the public interest to expose the snooping. when asked why the guardian has been attacked over the story, he said shooting the messenger is the oldest diversionary story in the book. following russ
Al Jazeera America
Dec 2, 2013 2:30am EST
prison health care. >> time for listening post news bites. dusting off an old law from the days of apartheid. the limit criminal report on government spending. so far it's not working. it all started with the news that $20 million of south africans' money has been spent in the province. on november 21st citing concerns for the president's safety, they warned the media not to photograph or public any images of the compound saying that doing so would be in breach of the natural key points act. legislation that was passed in 1980 that law prohibits publicity for areas of strategic importance. but they defined the ban with front page shots of the compound. they ran with shots of the home with the caption "look away." while "the times" taunted so arrest us. the south african editors also weighed in on the story and said we'll continue to public images of the upgrade because we believe there is immense public interest, and to stop doing so would be a betrayal of our duty. >>> one of india's top investigative magazines is struggle ing from a sex scandal. accused of assaulting a young jour
Al Jazeera America
Dec 8, 2013 11:30am EST
earlier. >> your average viewer want's to actually understand how the health care law is going to help them or hurt them. >> they know they can get extremist bickering somewhere else. >> people say that we're revolutionary. our revolution is just going back to doing the best in journalism. >> this is the place to go watch high quality journalism, period. o and the footage became part of the mainstream coverage. it was 2011 where the journalist had learned about helping with the unrest. >> iit wasn't until there was a protest in boston and the police formed a line and they were blocking the arrests that i started to think, what can i do that is legal to circu circumvet their blockade. and a friend of mine suggested that we grab a couple of drones and sen send them in to the describeto sky.and how can we d. when tens of thousands of people in turkey were clashing with police, the whole time i was there i go not see a single news camera flying over the place. >> there was another guy who goes by the game of jinx on-line who used a dji phantom just like this, where he flew around a protest
Al Jazeera America
Dec 9, 2013 2:30am EST
mobile app the cost is i very low. journalists have run into the long arm of the law. in june a south after african film maker was arrested for flying a drone around where nelson mandela was taken. >> a photographer flew his drone over the wall at a celebrity wedding. in both cases the journalists were criticized and could drones give image hungry news hounds another way to dog their targets. from above? >> heehe advised me what if the paparazzi get these. one, they already have them there are laws that bar people from looking into other people's windows. but those laws are predicated with you being physically on the property. with a uav you don't have to be there anymore. it seems like a natural right to be photographed in your backyard that is fenced in. residence are going to violate that. people are going to be creeped out by the idea if yo you are outside anywhere in your home or in your backyard, if you are outside you may potentially be photographed. with sregularregulations are une an issue. >> there is something about the culture of media. which is cautious about risking thin
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